Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Yellow Fish Card

Hi everyone :-D  

Today I want to share with you this Yellow Fish Card


I CASEd my Yellow Pisces Card that I made last week. I used same layout sketch, colors, image, materials and embellishments on my both cards, but there are visible differences between them. :-D

Card layout for my both cards was a beautiful sketch Your Next Stamp, designed by Julie Elak. I really like this one! Last time I rotated the sketch, but this time I followed it. 

I used scraps of 4 different blue cardstock papers I had in my stash for some time. I draw curvy shapes on cardstock scraps with pencil, cut them out and glued them together, creating Ombré Effect. I glued finished panel on a white card base. 

Like last time, I used a super cute 'Keep Swimming' digital stamp (freebie) from The Alley Way Stamps (TAWS). This time I paper pieced image.
I printed three fish on white cardstock paper, colored pieces I needed in watercoloring technique using only one color (Tim Holtz´s Distressed Ink Mustard Seed), water and brush, fussy cut all pieces, colored edges with black permanent pen and glued all pieces together.
Here is a photo of all pieces.

This time I didn´t leave white border around image while fussy cutting. I also rotated fish´s eye to change it a bit. :-D

I added some transparent varnish to create glossy accents and after it dried,  I added dimensional foam behind fish and placed it on the blue Ombré Effect panel.

At the end, I embellished card with homemade blue faux enamel dots. I learned how to make faux enamel dots from video tutorial by ScrapTips on YouTube. First I made glue dots with a glue gun on a backing paper and colored them with Marabu glass Dark Ultramarine color. I left them dry one day. After drying, I glued them on card with Pritt universal glue.

Card dimensions are 105 mm x 145 mm (4 1/8" x 5 6/8").

List of supplies:
  • The Alley Way Stamps 'Keep Swimming' digital stamp (June 2012 freebie)
  • white cardstock paper 
  • colored cardstock papers (4 shades of blue) 
  • Tim Holtz´s Distressed Ink (Mustard Seed)
  • Marabu glass color (Dark Ultramarine 455) 
  • Pritt universal glue
  • white water based glue 
  • dimensional double sided adhesive foam
  • transparent varnish with extra gloss
  • transparent low temperature glue stick  
  • pencil 
  • eraser 
  • printer
  • scoring board
  • trimmer 
  • scissors 
  • Marabu fine paint brush no.1 
  • crafting needle 
  • Dremel 920 glue gun, low temperature  
  • baking paper
  • toothpicks  
  • water

I am entering my card into following challenges:
Note: bold text and challenge badge (if any) are direct links to the current challenge and blog badge is direct link to blog or challenge home page.

1) Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, Anything Goes
http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/

2) The Alley Way Stamps, February TAWS projects
My 2nd entry this month. 
http://thealleywaystamps.blogspot.com/2015/02/february-release-recap-and-link-up-plus.html
http://thealleywaystamps.blogspot.com/


3) The Pink Elephant, Challenge TPE287 - Anything Goes
http://thepinkelephantchallenge.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-pink-elephant-challenge-tpe286.html
http://thepinkelephantchallenge.blogspot.com/

4) Through The Craft Room Door, TTCRD Challenge from February 24th to March 2nd, Anything Goes 
http://ttcrd.blogspot.com/



Thank you for stopping by and your kind feedback. Enjoy and smile :-D


Crafty Milka

6 comments:

  1. Love how you have different colors for the waves... they are such a perfect background for the lovely yellow fish. Well done!

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  2. This is very cute! Thank you so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

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  3. So cute and cleaver. Thanks for joining us at Through the Craft Room Door.

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